Everyman Theatre will be opening a second stage and expanding its offerings from five to eight shows. The upstairs theater will host the New Voices Festival — and each of the three playwrights to be featured during the inaugural season is female.
"We Speak for Ourselves: A Word from Forgotten Black America," attempts to explain systemic racism as it is experienced by a neglected demographic — those who live in impoverished neighborhoods like East Baltimore
In the era of #MeToo, the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company has hired its first "intimacy choreographer" to ensure that an innocent kiss in the upcoming production of "The Diary of Anne Frank" stays that way.
Governor Larry Hogan is expected to sign a bill granting an additional $3.2 million to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for the next two years — a potentially crucial step towards resolving a contentious labor dispute and allowing the the organization to remain a 52-week ensemble.
This is a concert that is open to the public and that will mix performers with autism with performers without it. The audience also will include folks with autism who might jump up and down in front of the stage, or actually climb the stage and put their hands on a cello.
In papers filed last month by author Tom Clancy's widow, she argues that his estate owns his two most famous characters — the spy Jack Ryan and former Navy SEAL John T. Clark — as well as more of Clancy’s novels, including some published while the author was married to his first wife.
“I’m a homeowner, y’all,” Andre Kennedy jubilantly told a crowd of friends and supporters at a ribbon-cutting ceremony that Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake held for five families Saturday. “It’s AMAZING!”
Inside the Everyman Theatre's production of "Dinner With Friends," we look at what goes into creating stage food, which should look like the real thing, be minimally edible and — with luck — not stink.
City residents and those farther south could see just a few inches, while a winter storm warning is in effect beginning at noon for Carroll County and at 2 p.m. for northern Baltimore and Harford counties, according to the National Weather Service forecast.
A 26-foot tall red heart that sits above the $30 million, 60,000 square foot Ronald McDonald House being built in the Jonestown neighborhood officially was lit up Monday night, signalling that the new facility, will open soon.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced Tuesday an ambitious slate of concerts for the upcoming 2019-20 season that will highlight a group of artists traditionally under-represented in concert halls — female composers and conductors.
The Baltimore Museum of Art's big spring show is “Monsters & Myths: Surrealism and War in the 1930s and 1940s.” The exhibit features 90 surrealist paintings by such big name artists as Picasso, Dali, Ernst and Masson.
Valentine’s Day story on “Beyond Beautiful: One Thousand Love Letters,” an innovative project running through March 10 at Maryland Art Place. The Danish-born artist Peter Bruun has created one thousand drawings inspired by actual love letters.
Everyman Theatre's production of "Everything is Wonderful" has inspired a Baltimore County couple to offer forgiveness to the man whom they believe killed their son, Shawn Laken, 30 years ago in a car crash on the Bard College campus.
Jackie Copeland, who has spent three decades working for major museums nationwide and studying every aspect of how successful arts institutions operate, is the new executive director of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture.
In "The Soap Myth," written by native Baltimorean Jeff Cohen, Ed Asner plays an elderly Holocaust survivor. The staged reading runs for one performance only on Sunday, Jan. 20, at the Gordon Center for the Performing Arts in Owings Mills.
Online mobile marketplace Liftopia is offering ski trips to Pennsylvania's Liberty Mountain Resort from Baltimore and Owings Mills. Prices for round-trip bus travel at $45 per person for transportation only and go up to about $135 per person when other options are added.
Members of the Howard County Bird Club went to bed early on New Year’s Eve so they’d wake in time to kick off the new year with a morning bird-watching trek at the Howard County Conservancy's Mount Pleasant. For passionate birders, New Year’s Eve’s midnight fireworks over the Inner Harbo